William Temple Franklin Jr, known as Temple Franklin, (February 22, 1760 – May 25, 1823) was an American diplomat and real estate speculator who is best known for his involvement with the American diplomatic mission in France during the American Revolutionary War.
William Franklin FRSE (22 February 1730 – 17 November 1813) was an American-born attorney, soldier, politician, and colonial administrator. He was the acknowledged extra-marital son of Benjamin Franklin. William Franklin was the last colonial Governor of New Jersey (1763–1776), and a steadfast Loyalist throughout the American Revolutionary War.
1 de may. de 2022 · William Temple Franklin (London, England, 1760 – Paris, France, May 25, 1823) was the illegitimate, only son of William Franklin (last colonial governor of New Jersey, mother unknown) and grandson of and secretary to Benjamin Franklin.
William Temple Franklin, pintado por John Trumbull (1790-1791) Franklin estudió derecho en Middle Temple, principalmente con Richard Jackson 'El Omnisciente'. Mientras estaba en Londres, Franklin engendró un hijo ilegítimo, William Temple Franklin, que nació el 22 de febrero de 1762.
Treaty of Paris, a 1783 portrait by Benjamin West depicting the American delegation at the Treaty of Paris, including (left to right): John Jay, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Henry Laurens, and William Temple Franklin. The British delegation refused to pose, and the portrait was never completed.
6 de jul. de 2019 · William Temple Franklin. William Temple Franklin was the bastard son of the bastard son of Benjamin Franklin. Temple, as he was known, spent several years in foster care before his famous grandfather found out about his birth. Soon after, he was taken in by Dr. Franklin and given a proper education.
Wikimedia Commons Title Royal Governor of New Jersey War & Affiliation Revolutionary War / British Date of Birth - Death February 22, 1730 – November 17, 1813 On January 13, 1775, the British appointed governor of New Jersey, William Franklin, stood in front of the New Jersey Legislator and implored them to remain loyal to King George III.